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Rare red elves and blue jets create an extraordinary light show over Hawaii

The fleeting atmospheric phenomena of elves and jets are difficult to witness, let alone take pictures. However, a new photo from the Hawaiian Observatory captured both the red sprite and the blue jet in the same photo. photo, Released on February 24, Provided by the “cloud cam” provided by the Gemini North Telescope of the International Gemini Observatory in Maunakea. …

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Satellite discovers NASA’s “new rover” and its junk from Mars orbit

The ExoMars image shows a permanent landing site on Mars. image: ESA / Roscosmos / CaSSIS; thanks to P. Grindrod The Perseverance Rover and several parts used during its recent landing have been imaged from space. This image, Captured by ExoMars tracking gas orbiterReveals the position of the parachute and rear shell, the descent phase, the heat shield, and the …

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Why YouTube chats about chess are flagged as hate speech

Last June, Antonio The host of the YouTube Chess and Cards channel, Radić, has more than one million subscribers. When the broadcast was suddenly interrupted, he was broadcasting an interview with master Hikaru Nakamura. The audience did not hear the lively discussion about the opening of chess, famous games and iconic players, but told them that Radić’s video was deleted …

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After the morning-Engadget

Good morning! If you missed the Golden Globes on the weekend, the big news is that Netflix dominated the proceedings. Netflix Crown Won three major awards, Emma Corrin (Emma Corrin) and Josh O’Connor (Josh O’Connor) were awarded for their roles as Princess Diana and Prince Charles, and Gillian Anderson (Gillian Anderson) also Won the best supporting actress in the series. …

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The strange “vortex” is a new thing

Schools of fish, insects swarmed, and birds flew in the noise. Now, new research has found that at the most basic level, this group behavior forms a new active substance called the swirling state. The laws of physics, such as Newton’s second law of motion -It means that as the force applied to an object increases, its acceleration increases, and …

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Meteor streaks across the British night sky like fireworks

London-it is short and bright. In seven seconds, people all over the UK were looking at heaven just before 10 o’clock on Sunday night, and they were seen lighting up the sky with fireballs and meteors. An eyewitness described “huge flashes” on Twitter, “suddenly, like a huge firework, it pounced on a huge orange spark tail.” In places such as …

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In 2008, when victory became a torment for SpaceX

enlarge / Initially, the third flight launch of the Falcon 1 rocket was promising. Chris Thompson/SpaceX This is an excerpt from the eighth chapter of the book Lift-off: Elon Musk and the desperate early days of launching SpaceX By our own Eric Berger. The book will be published on March 2, 2021. In this excerpt, it was the summer of …

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Biden and Trump live news: the latest update after CPAC 2021

Trump asks supporters for funding in CPAC speech Donald Trump delivered a highly anticipated speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday, mocking transgender people, criticizing the Democratic Party, and continuing to insist that he win the 2020 election. “I won the first place. We won the second place.” the former president said. “What a shame this is …

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This is what the rolling blackout looks like in space

In February of this year, extreme winter weather severely hit Texas. The air masses in the Arctic deepened from Canada to the United States, with disastrous consequences for the normally warm states. In addition to snow removal and unusually low temperatures, weather-related equipment failures have greatly reduced the state’s power generation capacity. Images hosted by NASA’s Earth Observatory show the …

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